What's hidden under the Greenland ice sheet? | Kristin Poinar

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+1 1. ughlah commented 2 years ago

Just waiting for the next moron to show up and tell us how a meter of sea level rise has no impact on anything.

We have videos proving ice melting, we have videos proving sea level rise, we have videos proving the weather changes due to sea level rise, yet there is still people claiming there is no climate change.
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+4 2. nomaddaf commented 2 years ago

#1 No what the argument is, is it caused by man? Everyone can see things have been warmer.
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+1 3. thundersnow commented 2 years ago

#1 Exactly, and unfortunately in the US climate change has become a political issue, that no one wants to tackle, mainly as to not piss off the wealthy industry by affecting their profit margin in any way, by restricting them with regulations etc. It's pathetic...
#2 The changes are happening way too rapidly as to contribute it to any natural change, but more likely to human behavior. But regardless, even if the cause would be unknown, wouldn't one think that intervening would make sense?
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+3 4. thefox commented 2 years ago

#1 I just consulted https://www.daftlogic.com/sandbox-google-maps-find-altitude.htm and apparently I live at 138 metres above sea level. So, not too worried at the moment. :D
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+2 5. Judge-Jake commented 2 years ago

#4 My goodness do you get nosebleeds :O
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0 6. thefox commented 2 years ago

#5. No. No problem at all. https://tinyurl.com/y7dw7nqr :)
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+1 7. fjwjr commented 2 years ago

Apparently no one noticed that she never once said 'climate change'.
The comments here are astonishingly dim to the point of begging for an argument. No one denies that there is climate change. I don't know how many time it has to be said. However, we know so little about our own earth that to say we know the cause and know how to 'fix' it like we're some James Bond Supervillian with a giant weather machine is stupid. Did't you listen to her? All that she presented has been learned in the last few years. There's nothing beyond that to compare it to. But dim commenters like those here have already used their vast experience in this field to come to conclusions about the history of the earth and all its processes.
My God. We're doomed......
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-1 8. sux2bu commented 2 years ago

Not to worry , another miniature ice age (known scientifically as a "Maunder minimum" period) is predicted to start
cooling things down in the next couple of years.